Graduate student Reed Crawford describes a “day in the life” of doing field research to study Indiana bats on the Hardwood Ecosystem Experiment.
This article on Audubon.org describes a new and interesting finding by the Cerulean Warbler crew working on the HEE!
In this piece in the Indiana Woodland Steward, HEE Researcher Dr. Kamal Islam from Ball State University discusses his research on the Cerulean Warbler and his ongoing study on the HEE.
In a rare century-long study, Indiana State scientists aim to learn more about how forest management strategies impact endangered bats
This piece features ISU graduate student Tim Divoll and ISU professor Dr. Joy O’Keefe and their work on endangered bats as part of the Hardwood Ecosystem Experiment.
A description of some of the research being done on the Hardwood Ecosystem Experiment and early findings.
In the Indiana Woodland Steward Newsletter, a group of HEE Researchers explain the results of a recent study on the effects of timber harvesting on bird species.
A graduate student from Indiana State University explains some of his findings on bat captures, roost selection, and foraging as part of the Hardwood Ecosystem Experiment.
A Purdue University researcher is leading two projects designed to foster the regeneration of oak forests and improve wildlife habitat by burning smaller trees and other inhibiting plants.
A group of researchers led by Purdue University has begun to sample data for a planned 100-year study designed to develop better forest management methods and measure how such practices affect resident plant and animal species.
The Indiana Woodlands Steward discusses what the HEE is, and what questions it seeks to answer.
Landscape Online discusses the HEE’s most important goals.